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Tips for Your 2022 Health Plan

The best way to access information about your benefits and claims is to use the member portal each insurance carrier offers. You will receive directions about setting it up in your new policy information, or you can give ComPro a call and we can walk you through this process.REMEMBER TO PAY YOUR

MONTHLY PREMIUM!

Set up the payment method with your insurance carrier. Each company offers options that include an automatic deduction from your bank account, credit card, or direct bill. Premiums are due on the first of the month. If it is not paid by the end of the month, your policy can be canceled for non-payment. Please don’t let that happen!

WELLNESS REWARDS PROGRAMS

We most often think of our health insurance as a resource when we are sick or injured. However, insurance companies promote wellness activities as an effective way to reduce illnesses. In fact, there are several Rewards Programs that give you an incentive in the form of dollars to get your physical, take off some pounds, get a mammogram, and more. Check out your carrier’s Rewards Program details.

DON’T FORGET YOUR 1095-A TAX FORM

If you had health insurance through healthcare.gov for any portion of 2021, you will need Form 1095-A when you file your tax return. Form 1095-A reports how much Premium Tax Credit you used each month in 2021. Your tax preparer uses this information to determine whether you used more or less than you are eligible to receive. If you used less than your eligibility, you may be eligible for a refund. If you used more, then you may have to pay back the excess.

PLANNING A FAMILY VACATION?

Individual health plans do not offer network providers when you are away from the service area that your plan covers. So, what are you going to do if you need medical attention?

  • Emergency Services: These are always covered. You just need to go to the closest place that can care for you.
  • Urgent Care Services: These services are generally covered, too. It would be smart to understand how this benefit works before you travel.
  • Telehealth Services: This is always available as an in-network benefit. If your carrier uses an app to access telehealth, then download the app and set up your profile so that you are ready to use it whenever needed.

INDIVIDUAL & FAMILY AGENTS

Melisa Haessler: mhaessler@comproins.com
Chris McPike: chrismcpike@comproins.com
Krista Peeks Dittman: kdittman@comproins.com
Jacque Rico: jrico@comproins.com

SPANISH SPEAKING

If you have friends or family in need of a bilingual agent, Jacque Rico is available to help Spanish-speaking clients with their health insurance decisions.

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